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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 March 1871

VOLMET EW NORTH- WEST NO. 37. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1871. WHOLE NUMBER. 89. DENe LODGE, MOTANA. TERMS - CURRENCY. O* ow O T s , 0.......................... 0 offs Ooa'i Six Now" .....................$3 00 ADVERTISING RATES-Quarterly as Dee. 8 " ****** . . . 8. . 18 . :.S .14. .17T.1 7 47 I M*Bt .... . 6. .. 8. .10. .14.,.18..18.E 86 S "" .. . 8..10.... .1..18..1.- S.O. 45 8 *" ..... .7..1!... 8..4.i.8.: .41. 00 1 yw.... .18..80..40..80.. 40. 80 140 .........16 .1. .40. .. .e.8 .7. 110 886 A Card is Fire Lino.: a SquareTen Lown, of this gyps. Local Businese Nouics. 1 canse per ln W- Cerwepondenee, sebet and newsy, solicite tire eac camspa. W.41 . name meal asoempmyeaoh let., or IgsntWpefe good. faith. P earudbeson to use ATTOflNEYS3 JAMES II. BROWN, ATTORNEY - AT-LAW, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Do.r Lodge city, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orison as ics WuarLarca Buatcoxo, HELENA, - . . I . MONTANA. A. 3. ManIw. Louts MoMeuarT MATHEW A NeMURTIY, ATTORNEYS-A...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 March 1871

NEW NORTH- WEST Ja.. II. assIlI., - - - Editor* £33 P0U5LI33. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17 THE INPItFENDENT ADMITS OFPICIAL EXTRAVAGANCE, AND DEFENDS IT. For brilliant ideas, completely concealed. we enter the ladependent against all comers. Its two column "Review of County Ex. penses" was written to show the open-door edmlnistration was not recklessly extrava gent. On that point it Is fairly luminous or rather vo-luminous-the consistency, or the Inconsistency, of the mixture enabling it to be spun out very thin, which wasdene. The Independdea. although admitting that "after examining all the facts, its readers "may conclude that with a more rigid econ "omy the indebtedness might have been "less," goes do to publish the following expenditures for like purposes in the sev eral years as follows: For the year ending Feb. 1, 1889, $89.974.20 Feb. 1, 1870, 15,888.02 "' "' "" Feb. 1,1971, 8,790.80 Our readers wilt notice that for the last fIfteen months the officers elected on the Pe...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 March 1871

NORTHI - WEST. 3LODOE CITY, FRIDAY, N1RCH1I1 rsl mad Ieparture of Malls at Deer Lodge Post Omee. -o C'OItINNE. RAvsrax AND Waiaranw: Tuetdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 p.m -Mundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at o a.m BLACKFOOT. A. VinutrSA AND EKAsatu rPAR oP MONTANA wo"isay., Wedunedays and Fridays at 6 p.m. Tuesday., Thursdays and Saturdays 4 am. MUI5S0LA AND CEDAR CREE. Canna, lsAATowx. P1anasstsaa, Emmares. nIasl. CAaLK CITY, aTC. ~1XaovAaye. Wudueadays and Fridays at 6 p.m. t..Tt~vrda7', Thursdays and Saturdays a ia.m 5:L'sa I1w, W. BU3 As ) Ran Mounrans CITr. Oa seesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 p.m. e.Nonday7, Wednesdays and Fridays at 0 a.m. OsasAw Ann Fasuca Gemnou. .,ir..-Mffl'lY5s and Fridays At...........4 p~ _ilruradayl and Saturdays at......S a.mn. gS M all~ N l 06the night previous to their do gock .it. S. STACKPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. "'WANTED-DEElt LODGE COUNTY SCRIP, yR shkh tlh suarket price will be laid In Cash. S. U. 0O1M L CO.,Baakera. __De r Lod . Waxsn-D...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 17 March 1871

NEW NORTH - WEST. DEER IAFDUE CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17 Western Woodllands. (From the Overland Monthly.] The most valuable article In the number is that entitled "Western Woodlands," In which the subject of the forests of the Pa cific coast is exhaustively considered. The author shows himself a rare adept in the philosophy of facts. The following state. ment of the timbered area of the Pacific Slope will be read with general interest: The forests of the State of California are estimated as covering an ares of about 40,000 square miles. The famous Douglas fir forest of Oregon and Washington Ter ritory, cover an estimated area of about 63,000 square miles. Idaho Territory is supposed to contain about 30,000 square miles of timber land, and Montana Territory about 33,000 square miles. British Colum hisi and Alaska Territory are, however, the possessors of the greatest area of forest land upon the Pacific Coast, the former contain ing about 100,000 square miles, and the litter about 150,00...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 March 1871

TE NEW NORTH-WEST. OLUME 2,1O038 DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 187W ER he Ptw gonrt A- st, DEER LODGE, IOIITANA. L EI MS -CURRENCY. T Cort O a 1hnA, ......................... P 00 .. pr Ai:. x ............. . .... ...... . l TIV 'lrrIING RATES,-quarterly n Due. . ...6. . is. .14. :17.; 30 47 rdA Five Linea: a SqureTn e of this Local Businea Notices 16 ronts per line. Ib" trmpon..nae.a.e, t iend now ay. sodeled ,s eonria camp. Wrnitor name mutst toopanya cl I -., *o rin nt . e bth. Plermin.lo to ee at to itipreerrd. __efrred ----am e I I r A- TTOINEYS .. A-M- :- II-. uI- Ow.-, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT ROUSE SQUARE, Deer Lodge City, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, SATTORNEY AT LAW. ! (vIrs /raN Tal WalITnATc BUILDING, I HELENA. MONTANA.1 A. 5 M*a'Uw. LoUsn McMUETar I NAYHEW & cNIURTBY, ATTORNEYS-ATLAW,' DEBD LODGE CITY, MONTANA. . a. COaIISeT, W. W. DISOe ('LAGETT & DIXON. ATTORNE YS-AT-LAW, Court House Square, 11ty DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. VW. J. MoORMICKK, ATTORNEY -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 March 1871

NEW NORTH-WEST. -_TsU, to -lll. - - - ]:.ilt Jae. I. 31111a, a - * Editor DEERLOINIE CITY, PRIDAY, MARCH 14 THII PROrO.$iEI AMENDTIIMENT TO THE ORUAAIlt ALT. b * * A journal establihed lee thae two years ago. upon an lidependent bash, bat now sup rting the pet shemtesof GtCat and the poliy of oy. 'otts in atrying to get away witth the peoples part of the Organic Act.--rId pndmnt, 18b. With Governor Potts' pasreat charvt'teet e eave a. concern. That ube , doing, or has.dope auytb.sg. for te tiwneft of Montana. we emphatlcally doey: that ble amerndment to the Otfl.nic Act is an Islto the citiz.es of this Territory we streauously uphold. --/qater. ItA. Hler are the expressions of the two Demn aeratle papers on the West Side, relative to the proposed amendment. Neither one, as we recollect, has erer shompn ee reason why the amendment shoud not be made. It is em inently in their line to get between Mr. Cavanaugh's legs and growl at his bidding, but if they have any intelligent idea of wh...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 March 1871

NEW NORTH-I WEST. BEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAT, MARBCH4 Arrival and Departure of ealls at Der Lege Post Olle. CORINNE. EasTBax AND Wasrrsnr: Arre_-Tuesdsya, 'ihurslays and haturdays at 4 p.m Depart-Moudays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 a. BLACKFOOT. -ELs.aA, VsnoIRA AND EArrrsax Pas or oswrAAw, Arrive-Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p.m. DIpart-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays am. MIS$OULA AND CEDAR CREEP *oLD Cgass, B3Aarowx. PHILsu.avJa, Emrr.. sMUe. Cras.s CTVr, se.. Arive-Wondlays, Wedunedays and Fridays at 8 p.m. Depart-.-Tundays, Thursdays and Satardays a m. Snat, Bow, Burn aNR itab Mot-xrmA Crrv. Arrive-. ruesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 p.m. Depart.- Mondays, Wdnsdays and Fridays at 6 a:m. (UausAx 4si Fasxcu Oc.cu. ArcIve-Mnndrar and Fridays at.........4 p.m DepVa.t..-Thurads and Mldtultday at......... 8 . All Mails will close the night previous to their do garture at 9 o'clock P. M. E. 8. STACKPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. W WANTEID-DEEIR LODGE COUNTY SCRIP, For which the I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 24 March 1871

NEW NORTH - WEST. _BEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, EARCH 4 the Zref Poet, The following good one comes from an exchange : I have in my employment an Irishman, who, I fear, will be the means of killing me yet, for aleady he has caused me so many "stitches" In the side that a few more and I shall be served up. A few days since, having some alters. tions made to my dwelling. I sat Pat to " tend" the masons, who were engaged in carrying up a brick *ael As he was as cending tei ladder, with a hod illed with brick on his shoulder, a carriage drove by. Pausing in his ascent and eyeing the car. riage, he exclaimed: "The rich cim ride In chalse., But the poor cam walk, blei.elr Instantly throwing his hod, with its load of brick to the ground, he came down the ladder and hastened to where I was starnd lnug, an mused listener and observer of his words and movcments As he approach-ed he doffed his hat, and, with a low scraper aid: "Begging your Honor's pardon, I would be much obliged to ye for me wage...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 March 1871

E OLUMENEWT N ORTH-Es T. VOLUME zO 39. DEER LODGECITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY,- MARCH 31, 1871.HOLE NUBER 91. . W O, B the Irw Parth- tstp DEER LODGE, MONTANA. TERMS -CURRENCY. On, Corr Oas Yaun,. ................. 00 Oiu COrr Six Mort ...................... 00 ADVERTIINGO RATES--Quartey as Dee. S " .... I. 4. 6. . l. .1 ..14..17. 3 a 47 M eet ...... . . e.0. ® . 10 .14. .11. l. : I S ! t S" . . .. ...0.1..18. .23.1.80. 4. 5 3 * " ... .an. 0 . . uo . .... . . ..... Q0.. 80. 80 14 1 Yer ...... .ts.5.40.. .. ..75. 1s025t A Card is Five Lines: a SqunreTen Lane, of this type. Local Btulneess Notices 15 cents per lune. Or Correspondence, saort 5ad nowra, elielled frm each camp. Wr.ter' name must aocompanyeach letter. to garntee good faith. Yermiaesio to use mame or Initial. preferrud. AT'I'ORNEYS JAM.S I1. DROWN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, COURT OUroE SQUARE, Deer Lodge OCity, Montana. W. F. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orract tu was WJmTLArc DBountoe, HELENA, . . MONTANA. A. E. MAYunw. Lour McMVarrv MA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 March 1871

NEW NORTH* WEST. Ja.. DI. Mill. . . . dito nl W rUess an. DbERLODUECITT PFRIDAY, PARCH 81 WANTED: AN E.PEIBROB. What of Pranco? A tirmly throned Em. peror madalting his hosts for conquest the shock of battle- retreat-surrender dothroneuent-Paris in siege-a Republic -Capltulation--iademnity and dismember ment-withdrawal of the Germans, and then, not Peace but revolt, outrage, end anarchy. Those in poewcr a month ago now deposed and In egile, are leewr lights than even the prisoner np.lgr. The As sembly clocted a few weeks since is dicta Std to by the mobs of PC.lis, and a new As sembly demanded. Tblers is superceded in authority by a Committee of Defense. Tro chu is banished and a Garabaldi called to lead the revolutionists of Pari. This is Peace with a vengeance-some of the same kind that characterized Fiance during the last years of theghtertsa l century. One thing is demonstrated, the attempt to es tablish the Republic is a failure. The pu. ler of France, for the time at least, mt...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 March 1871

fEW NORTH - WEST. SLo,4e CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH 81 Itil and seperture of Malls Beer Lodge Pott Onee. -0 ('OlRINNR. EArrN AND wo Wastn : re-Tnsday., Thursdays and staturdays at 4 p.m -Moudays. Wedu,"days and Fridays ast a. BLACKFOOT. 1,lar. VIR~nGIA AND EAsn a PART oP XONx.t& ive -M.ondays., W.du.ndays and Fridays at 6 p.m. it--Tuewsay', Thur~nda) and Naturdays 4 am., I MISSOCLLA AND CEDAR CREEK. a CuituK, liranTows. I'usLItPlUn, Esrrema BIUHh, CABLE CITY, Brc. i:le-W-ondna. W'.dtlsdraya and Fridays at 8 p.m. S ..Tu.sl'd.ys. Tursldays and Itaturdays d a m. SILV.n Ikow, BLTTrr AN REtt Mor.wTAI CtrY. yrlrve- Tucrdays, Thur.daw and iaturdays at 4 p.m. pp-rt- Motdajs, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 a.m. Osnnax oAr Fannce uLcd. -W.rilre.-Mo·rIs .,nd Frldays at..........4 p.m p.pvrt..Thurmhnyp. anld aturdiay Iat......... 8 a.m. All Mhalu will clo te the night previous to their de prtsars at i o cluck P. M. E. S. 8TACKPOLE, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. gr'WANTED-DEER LODGE COUNTY SCRII, f1er which the m...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 31 March 1871

NEW NORTH-WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, .ARCH31 LAWS or TIn UNITED STATES PAsSED AT TIr Third Sewalon of the FortyiFirst CemgreN. GswetatL arr At --No. 7T. AN ACT to FrovuE., a government for the District of o'luml,ia. be It cnacted hy t*. 'nate and house of Itepresen. tntlies of the ULt .M t t of America in Vontres a's.Mnmbled, That all t .t : rt of the territory of the I'nlted tnttes intclad< ' a.n the limits of the Die trict of Columbia Iw. . . .s same it hereby, created into a rovenatnietl by . name District of Columtbia, by wi ;rh natr I Iis h, I y cunstituted a body corpo. rate fIr mnuIIICIIl pullrl:' . nd may contract and be c.;: :it:ce I with, cu"e anl Ia , "d, plead and be Im Ih':uit d. ltIve a we.; saod ixt isre alC other powers of a n;iae:a'lBal :,eaiorpuratlu ulAt inecuawist-. t with the Con. rt tit,itla :lli *.awn of the L'aLitd thlatOl and the pro t i; i s o. th!I arr. 2;: . ..\ I .: it f''ther entctel, 'rhat the execu tive p ', t :a4 autllority in alrl over said D...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 April 1871

TH ENEWNORTH-WEST VOLUME 21 NO. 40. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1871. WHOLE NUMBER 92, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. T~r l t'01 M:.- -I..CU ..... ... .. 1111EN . O.IC !'til't' MO~ .Ta t,......................... 'l(to AIIVJ:I. F%'%(s t HATfS-.quarterly as Duoe 54. ll E Et *I .. 9 199 ig °i 34 ! M4tt .. 19. . 1 9 A .. 1!,. !b. 40 K "'4..(i 1( 1.. .. 11. . 1. , a4g. 4 7, 9 Month......... !. t..:.1S. .i.. 1..it..,1t.~. 35' 149 7 . .1i.. ii1.. r.ti,. .:t. ..*. 4 12r22 A Cl(.% I it. itve i.It1(*. it $.(Jl:r~r '1%.nin rIIs of thitl type. Lowdl Ilu,4twt. .Nol kcs, 25 cult per Alne. fý'1t' ("er-4uun~udngw, .lsort and newvsy, aolicitte f itsrrol i, 'IIIII ýt'slit ,''r% Ildie luI~t ettKcunt,:u~y a'th 14At'r. iuto rr1l .'i'ter ui fattlh. I'erntla.stuu to use Dolnte lul it (r i~d ,rr'urrui. A'r'E'ouNE"Yt!3 ATT1ORN.EY - AT - LAW. COUflT ITOISE SQUAREI, Doer Lodge City, Mentana. W. F. SAND)EIS, ATTOR 1NEY AT LAW. (,Intl' I IN Tfli WUIWTLATCU DunanUN'a, 11;IT:NA:.t............MONTANA. A. E. ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 April 1871

NEW NORTH- WEST. d... ii. Mills. " - J Edtor AND PU3LZ5MUU. DEERIfLKDE CITY, PRIDAY, APRIL .s ThlE CLARK'M FORK NIXEM. Quite a number of our cxchanges contain paragraphs concerning the reported new mines on Clark's Fork. 'they are generally accredited to the Piek and Plow. That pa. per continues to publish kud dvefflow its culamns witlh the most exaggerated and ab surd statements conceivable of their rich ness, the rush thither, and the depopulation that is ensuing in the older camps of Mon. tans, and even goes so far as to accuse other Territorial paliers of purposely keeping si lent or aispifting its statements, lest the of' feet ti disastrous to our locali'ies. We think Mr. Maguire's nonsense has gone far enough. We do not believe a sluice-box las been set in all the region of country he calls Clark's Fork. We have never known a well authenticated statement that even a good prospect has been obtained there. We have never known a Deer Lodge or Mis toula miner or resident start for...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 April 1871

NEW NORTH - WEST. EEER LODGE CITY, fRAIDY, APRIL 7. 'Those of our readers residing in the country will And it to their a'vantage to look over the columns of our paper before starting to town to do their trad iog. Py this means they will readily ascertain where the heat and cheapest goode can be found. Good business men, who have Orst class goode for sale, alwray advertise liberally. This is true of this town, and their advertisements can he found iu our columns. LOCAL NEWS. Whololsalo Market. dobbing Rates. We give below the present quotations for Groceries and Prrduce. as furnished us by a jobbing house. Trade in picking up briskly, as merchants from the outside are replenishlag their stpcks for the spring trade. and we give the quotations for their benefit Our merchants are determined this year to sell goods of as good quality dad at as low figures as any in Montana, sad we adviso West Side traders to give them a trial on the rates for 1871. Gaocsass..Candles 16c. Coffee 84cG86. C...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 7 April 1871

NEW NORTH r WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL 7. " From the Chltstln t a Ln.n F1O LAKE MUPERIOIR TO PLGET ho V.1% 9. aT SAMELL wnLKUeo . The Fiuleea of Puget Sound. There is a magic in the word Salmon. In a flash it 11s belted the continent with rails, and snatching me up from whatsoeverplace, labor, or mood I aw In, curved the interval. and kItt Inc standing in a large wigwam of rushes, at nice a dwelling and a drying. Ihouse, at the 1)alles of the Columbia liver. ited !a!nmcn. cleaned and split, hang over peles evestywwhre suspended from the roof. frame of the but. The living skeleton of a Fqunw, vital enough to have inflatuation of the( eyes. and to stretch out claws beg. ging for tobacco. crouches at the slit in the Dsat, which serves for a door, and mumnles with the organs of speech. An Indian, sick. lies wrapped in a blanket at one side. An Indian, lazy, reclines on some rushes lbyond.-split salmon every wlcre,-much little ldian in corners; the rush matting suflciently roll...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 April 1871

_OUM THE NEW41 NOTI WET.N VOLUM 2, N. 41.DEER LODGE. CITY, MONTAN FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1871.. _ _ - - - - ~ - - thc gew Pa3th-WAvet, DEER LODGE, MONTANA. TEIRIS - CURRENCY. t)r Curt ON% Y A , *... .......................$ fis t: C(iy Fit Mo,, s ........................p 00 U.&tVIITItIING RATES-Quarterly as Due. : Tinro ...... SP. f$. 07. =8. $10. $!u St Y .;3. 5. t..10. .12.. 15. 25 4A 3 "' ... I. 4. . . 8.1 .12. .14. .17.1 711 41 ) leiuth ..... G. (. 8.3.1( .14. .16. .18. 85 be 2 " . . 6. .10. l1. .18. .25. . 81. 4. 4I :3 " .. r. . 7. .12. .i.8..2i .031) .40. W1 t0 6 " ... i. II. i. 818 . L~u 40. .50º. .a10. 09 1St] 1 1Y ar .. 1 I .2).1.40.! : i. ...75. 121 A A Card is Five Lines: a SqutareTen Lines, of tbhi type. Local Business Notices 23 cents per Ieas. ivF" C'orpondence, short and newsy, soulcited trin encl camp. Writer's name most socomlpaayme fetter. to wanusn*e good taob. EPr.anM 56 l 55 name ur LIatials preferred. ATT'ORNEYU JTAMES It. BROWVN, ATTORNEY - AT- LAW, COURT ROUS...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 April 1871

NEW NORTH - WEST. Jae. K. Mills. * . * Editor DEED LODUE CITY, FRIDAY, AR'RI, 14 THE CLARK'S FOR[ YINE , We last week avowed infidelity in the too tacch celebrated Clark's Fork gold mises. We lecked tNth, " which is the evidence of things not seen:" therefore we are Infidel. As a theological virtue, Faith is good; as relates to placers, It is but a speculative pipasanpry. The Piek and PIew 1s therefore a practically humorous paper of more than ordinary merit. Having perhaps tnated Us alcemonths' joke more sedously thea we should have done, we propose now t* state the facts in regard to bhe .Cark's Fork gold mines, and what is really known of that region to the present, giring as our authority Messrs. Burt Hen derson and Thomas Pambrum, reliable and well known mountaineers. Burt 15underson is an old West-Sider, a good gold hunter, sod one of our best camps bears his name. He went to Gallati. in '07, .and each year has prospected toward Ifosebad, Clark's Fork and Big Hlorn. He, like a...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 April 1871

NEW NORTH. WEST. DEER LODIECITY, FRIDAT, APRIL 14 fir' Those of our readers rtildiag in the nquotry will find at to their advantage to look over te. rmans of our paper before starting to town to do their trad. fOaF. Py this means they will readily ascertain where the best and cheapest goods can be found. Good business man. who have first class goods for silo, always sdvertise liberally. This I. true of this town, and their idvertisewmeuts can be found in our columns. LOCAL NEWS. I*'WANTED-DEER LODGE COUNTY SCRIP, -or which the market price will Ise pld in Cash. a. U. boax d Co., Bankers. 91 Deer Lodge. Waursa-Deer Lodge County Warrants. I will pay the itwuseT price. J. C. ROBINSoN, *, kDeer Lodge. The Masquerade. - The Second Mas. querade Ball came off promptly on Wed nesday evening as advertised. To say it was "a perfect success" is a stereotyped phrase, and as we have no stereotype works it is necessarily omitted. However, it was largely attended1 considering the length of grass, ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New North-west. — 14 April 1871

NEW NORTH - WEST. DEER LODGE CITY, FRIDAY, APRIL 14 'Isingas Worth Ksswinsg. In 106L2, the Governor of Massachusetts, Sir Henry l'nne. an aristocratic Puritan. as austere as a saint, and as ambitious as Na poleon. was hanged for high treason. In 100.3, the Province of South Carolina was erected, with a free consclence clause in its charter. In 1604. NXva Cassova, or New Jersey, Was settled by Lord Darkly and followers. In 1073, New York and New Jersey, then belonging to the English, were taken by the Dutch; one year after they were resto red by treaty. In 14151,, the settlement of Pennsylvania Wes roll)msenred by William Penn. The Persians gave a name to every day of the month, the pane as we do of the wewok. April is so called from Aperit, the spring. Ten l~tls of 6 healthy pulse are equil to nine seconds of time. The first writer who used algebraic signs was a Nuremberger, named Stifellus, in 1344. The least friction is found in polished iron and brass. A man live feet six inches ...

Publication Title: New North-West, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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